VALHALLA 2 BI-WIRE JUMPERS
For true hifi enthusiasts, a system isn’t something that simply gets slapped together without thought. Each component, treatment and cable is chosen specifically in order to reach the ultimate goal: produce the best sound possible. Why would the last few inches of cabling receive any less attention at the risk of ruining the result you have devoted so much time and expense on?
Valhalla 2 Bi-Wire Jumpers are the optimal solution for achieving exceptional sound by replacing the standard metal plates and generic wires supplied with most bi-wire loudspeakers. V2 Bi-Wire Jumpers are even a huge improvement from Nordost’s Norse 2 and Reference Jumpers. With V2 Bi-Wire Jumpers, not only are you maintaining the same technology and cable philosophy, as you do with Nordost’s other jumpers, but you are essentially purchasing an extension of your speaker cables, ensuring an identical sonic signature throughout your system.
"I’ve been living with the Valhalla 2 cables for about six months, and I find myself listening to a lot more music than I used to. It’s not that I love cables. I love music. These cables bring out the music more than any others in my experience. They do this by offering the flattest and most extended frequency response, the highest level of detail, the greatest accuracy of instrumental and vocal tone and full responsiveness to transients and sustained harmonics. All these are technical considerations which can be measured in the laboratory. But to the listener, it comes through as transparency to the source, which is the measure of every element in the chain. There is no editorializing, no false emphasis in the lower bass, no blending of individual voices, no loss of texture on a stringed instrument, nothing that harms the flow of music or reduces its level of detail or dynamic range."
– Phil Gold, NOVO
Learn how to best configure your Bi-Wire Jumpers
When using Bi-Wired Loudspeakers, there are three main cabling options for your set-up: supported shotgun, bi-wire, and bi-wire jumpers. This blog will take you through each option and let you know how they can help (or hinder) your system’s performance level.